This most interesting film describes a typical day of an upper-class teenage boy in Mexico City. We begin by joining a typical upper class Mexican family at breakfast. Soon, his friend picks him up in a new Opel coupe to go to the Escuela Moderna Americana prep school. There are no Mexican Indians in the film, with the possible exception of the family maid. The film essentially portrays elements in the family culture, education, and socialization of Mexico's future leaders.Films such as this Spanish language instruction film had to pass through Mexican censors, who, concerned about how their country was being perceived in the United States, might readily approve an upper class-specific film such as this one.